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The Economist’s Top 10 Cities to Live in | Travel & Tourism

The Economist’s Top 10 Cities to Live in | Travel & Tourism

Picture of Belvedere Palace in Vienna, Austria. -Photo: Lear/Onsplash

Vienna, Austria, has been named the best city to live in for the third year in a row, according to the annual ranking of the British magazine “The Economist”.

This is followed by Copenhagen, Denmark, and Zurich, Switzerland.

The survey was prepared by the publication’s research sector, Economist Intelligence, which analyzes stability, health, culture, environment, education and infrastructure conditions in cities. For each of these categories, the magazine gives a score from 1 to 100.

The top ten all received the highest scores (100) in education. Vienna also achieved the highest scores in stability, health and infrastructure.

Check out the full ranking below.

Vienna, Austria, ranked as the best city to live in by The Economist – Photo: Jacek Dylag/Unplash

Picture of Copenhagen, Denmark. – Photo: Marco Chilis/Onplash

A view of the city of Zurich, Switzerland. — Photo: Mezi Lang

Melbourne, Australia – Photo: Melbbal

Calgary, Canada. – Photo: Keller Nixon

Geneva, Switzerland – Photo: Meizhi Lang/Unplash

Sydney, Australia. – Photo: Anna Aas/Unblush

Vancouver, Canada. – Image: Reproduction

A view of Osaka, Japan – Photo: Getty Images

10. Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand. – Photo: Andrea Costa/Unblush

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